Updated, but not completely, August 8, 2020. See free and open-source Mac statistics software
Apple’s Mac system updates have left certain software behind. This list is to make it easier to figure out whether statistics software is (a) ready for OS 10.15 and beyond, (b) Mojave-safe — that is, OK with OS 10.14, and (c) signed, so you won’t see a scary “unidentified developer” message like the one below. If we leave out information, it’s because we don’t know. If you are a developer or user and want to update this list, please let us know!
Acastat and Clarity: Mojave/Catalina safe, 64-bit, signed
DataDesk: Mojave/Catalina safe, 64-bit, signed
Easy Chi-Square Calculator: Mojave safe, 64-bit, signed
G*Power: 64-bit, signed. Version 184.108.40.206 appears to be the most recent, and is compatible up to High Sierra.
InStat: Not 64-bit, not signed, not Mojave safe
Jamovi: 64-bit, signed
JASP: 64-bit, not signed
JMP: 64-bit, signed
Kaleidagraph: Unsigned. No information about 64-bit. Not updated since Mojave’s release.
MacAnova: not 64-bit, unsigned. Software last updated 2012 and is probably dead.
MathStatica: Runs on whatever Mathematica runs. Mathematica’s site does not mention Mojave.
PAST: Mojave/Catalina safe, 64-bit, but unsigned
PSPP: Unsigned binary; 64-bit. Version 1.2 is safe for Mojave, not Catalina; Version 1.3 is buggy on both.
R (CRAN): 64-bit, signed
Regress+: 64-bit, signed; tested on Mojave
SageMath: 64-bit. Have not tested for signing or Mojave (it's 3.5 GB); not listed on site.
SOFA: Unsigned but 64-bit; there has been no new release since well before Mojave was launched.
SPSS: 64-bit, signed, safe for Mojave with latest “Fixpack” (as of version 25)
Stata: 64-bit, signed, safe for Mojave
StatCalc (from Acastat): 64-bit, signed, Mojave compatible
Wizard: Mojave safe, 64-bit, signed